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Thus, in Channel 4's The Granton Star Cause, 'cunt' is most frequently used by a character identified as God. The event evokes ridicule, sneers, and scorn in bystanders and naturally puts those affected into a shocking position from which they can often be released only by a narcosis of the woman. In a sense, this is true of a large number of terms which are regarded as positive by some yet as negative by others: for example, 'liberal' is used as an insult by conservatives, and 'conservative' is used as an insult by liberals.

'When you positively have to shoot some cunt in the face!' (paraphrasing the film Jackie Brown, replacing 'motherfucker' with 'cunt 'I'M THE only cunt IN THE village' (a pun on a Little Britain catchphrase, replacing 'gay' with 'cunt 'fuck OFF barney. It's a strong word, sure, but more so in America. The proximity of 'cunt' and 'can't' was exploited in a newspaper reference to Stewart Home's novel Cunt: "the book has such a rude, albeit brief, title that one "can't" print it in a family newspaper" (Mark Sanderson, 1999). He views the process as a harnessing and reversal of the original invective: "the injurious power is the same fuel that feeds the fire of its counter-appropriation.

James McDonald notes that 'cunt' "is much less likely to be heard on the wireless or seen in newspapers than the word fuck" (1988 though standards of acceptability are in constant flux. Or, as Germaine Greer puts it: "The best thing a cunt can be is small and unobtrusive: the anxiety about the bigness of the penis is only equalled by the anxiety about the smallness of the cunt. A word with so many hard consonants in it in short a short time: un, tuh, cuh".) Anagrams of 'cunt' include the Latin term 'tunc the Viking King Cnut, and Jake and Dinos Chapman's Ucnt (2003). The C-word" (A Father, 2002 includes a long description of the word though rarely employs it directly: "The word: she tried to prevent it sounding in her thoughts, and yet it danced through them obscenely.